The fabric used by a manufacturer of a reverse osmosis filtration system was limiting the efficiency of the process due to the water being dispersed in multiple, unrestrained directions.
The construction of the fabric used in the filter did not control the dispersion of water in a single direction. A new construction was needed to guide the liquid flow.
The fabric was redesigned to create a channel system that funneled the water in a single direction.
By controlling the direction of water dispersion, the new fabric considerably increased the filter’s efficiency.